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Say what you will about how bad this looks, but at least the team is showing some heart. Arizona teammates Tevin Hood and linebacker Cody Ippolito went at each other on the sidelines Saturday during the New Mexico Bowl. Someone should let these gentlemen know that there are opponents that this should be taken out on.
[The Big Lead]
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How do you make the New Mexico Bowl interesting? How about with Arizona teammates throwing punches at each other in a sideline fight. Now that’s the holiday spirit, boys. Filed under: Football
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